Through working within the film industry, there is a phrase that is often used with great pleasure from the creative minds behind the camera.   “The look and feel” of a film is the representative of a filmmaker’s flourish of creativity and the accent to their contribution to the final product. However, where this is often a term used within the context of onscreen aesthetics such as sweeping beauty shots from the cinematographer or the moving scores of the musical composer, today we move into the work of illustrator and graphic designer Maggie Cousins...

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